On Wednesday, December 18, 2013 12:05:52 AM UTC+1, Dale Worley wrote:
> > From: Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen <tfn...@gmail.com <javascript:>> 
> > > Now running either of these commands results in `fatal: pathspec '.' 
> did 
> > > not match any files` as output. 
> > This sounds like a bit of a corner-case feature (albeit it is a useful 
> > warning, so it's probably intended), so perhaps it was not flagged high 
> > among the release notes, which in any case you can find on the Git 
> > development mailing list [1]. 
> But it doesn't say "warning:", it says "fatal:", and presumably has a 
> return status of 1.  That's a more significant difference. 

Well, a second thought, it's dangerous for me to speculate whether or not 
this was intended. 

It could have been an unnoticed side-effect of some other change. I flipped 
through some mails from the last few months and didn't find anyone 
mentioning this change specifically. At least it should have been mentioned 
in a commit/patch somewhere.

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